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This is very simple question but i don't think many people knows about that what is the difference between HTML and HTM why these both extension are different even both contain the same code style Ans. Three letter extension (.htm) was due to Windows 8.3 filenaming convention used in DOS because it could not understand 4 letter extensions or long filenames. html is the proper extension and should always try to use this instead of htm. in 1995 when windows 95 arrived then it will give the support for more then 3 charcter extenshion thats why .html was drived always prefer to use ".html" Regards
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SQL Reporting Service - SSRS Installation & Configuration

In this blog i informed you about SSRS reporting installation & Configuration
Normally during installation of SQL server 2005 and 2008 we did not check mark Report server and also did not use instance name in sql server Setup Instruction Technical Issue the first thing you need to run the SSRS is to install the custom instance name in your SQL server installation Second you must select the Reporting service and business intellignece service in the setup Configuration Steps & Instructions There are many tutorials that defines you the installation & configuration and i am not rewrite every thing because i am consentrating on the problem that arrives after doing these steps please follow setps in the below mentioned URL Major Instruction for Vista and windows 7 users
You must start installation of sql sever by using main administrator user If administrator user is not enable you just follow these steps Start > Control Panel > Select Administrator >Select Small icons (in the t…

Enable Administrator Account In Windows 7

Many people familiar with prior versions of Windows are curious what happened to the built-in Administrator account that was always created by default. Does this account still exist, and how can you access it?

The account is created in Windows 7 or Vista, but since it’s not enabled you can’t use it. If you are troubleshooting something that needs to run as administrator, you can enable it with a simple command.

Note: You really shouldn’t use this account for anything other than troubleshooting. In fact, you probably shouldn’t use it at all.

Enable Built-in Administrator Account

First you’ll need to open a command prompt in administrator mode by right-clicking and choosing “Run as administrator” (or use the Ctrl+Shift+Enter shortcut from the search box)

Now type the following command:

net user administrator /active:yes

You should see a message that the command completed successfully. Log out, and you’ll now see the Administrator account as a choice. (Note that the screenshots are from V…